The moon's path
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- A white way to paradise (vomit how) is the apparent way of the month on the celestial sphere (large circle). I explain it in detail in this clause.
- The moon's path (びゃくどう) is abbreviation of the redeeming road to the Pure Land between the river and the fire (にがびゃくどう). It is done with a white way leading to the Buddhists' paradise in (express greed) between a river of a river (express anger) and the water of the fire in the Jodo sect of Buddhism and is compared to faith to pray for Land of Happiness death. Because it is said that Tasuke Isshin did a tattoo of "the 一心如鏡, one feeling moon's path", I am known.
Moon's path (astronomy)
The moon's path is delivered to the range of ecliptic (solar way) outskirts 8 degrees. Furthermore, I describe a track across the ecliptic every two weeks. The moon's path inclines 5°8'7" for an auspicious day. In addition, moon hotel is the thing which divided the moon's path in the area of 27 or 28.
Main heavenly bodies to be on the white way to paradise
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